7th Annual Coalition Champions Awards Luncheon

Honoring the Coalition Champions

7th Annual Coalition Champions Awards Luncheon
Honoring the Coalition Champions 

Friday November 8th, 2019
Law Enforcement Champion
District 3 - PBSO
D/S Eduardo Davalos District 16 - PBSO
Business Leader Champion
Tracy L. Davis - Community Advocate
Kaitlyn Rejzer -Chrysalis Health
Joe Bryan - Beachcomber
Foundcare Inc.
Community (Civic) Champion
Celine Julien - Chrysalis Health
Martha Putnam - Hanley Foundation
Robin Tupper - Community Advocate
Reggie Dee - Anti-Bullying Advocate
Faith Based
Lynn Warren - Ministry and Empowerment
Philip Dvorak - Recovery Church
Angela Williams - Say What Enterprise
Debbie Manigat - Mental Health Advocate
Youth in Action Champion
Andrea Smith - 11th Grader at Dreyfoos
School of the Arts
Megan Sorensen - 10th Grader at Wellington
High School
Chekube Chukwuma - 12th Grader at Atlantic
High School
Eeshani Behara - 12th Grader at American
Heritage School
Andrea Valencia - 12th Grader Wellington High School
Holly Moritz - Horses that Help
Coalition Choice Award
The Coalition Choice Award honors a special community member who has gone above and beyond to support the programs and staff at the Coalition. 

Keynote Speaker
Michelle Quesada

Michelle Quesada is the Senior Reporter at WPTV NewsChannel 5.
She is a bilingual Cuban-American, a University of Miami Hurricane, and an award-winning journalist. Michelle received an AP Award for her reporting on the death of Jordan Davis, a teenager shot over loud music at a Jacksonville gas station in 2012. She's reported on numerous high-profile cases like the George Zimmerman trial in Sanford.

Michelle Quesada has utilized her platform as a leading television journalist to keep a focused and balanced lens on the issues of substance use and behavioral health. Michelle has sought facts and community voices to tell stories from a very human perspective of the consequences of this epidemic as well as giving light to stories of hope and action. She continuously is a presence for the
coalition, reaching out to get the latest information on trends and challenges and is always open to opportunities to share new stories. She is both a past champions nominee and winner and we thank her for her unique perspective and commitment to keeping this issue in the public consciousness.

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